Finance Offshore — spring 2013
The spring 2013 issue of Appleby’s Finance Offshore publication is available now. Topics include succession planning for family businesses in Jersey, investment funds in the Seychelles and the regulation of businesses and company names in the Isle of Man.
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- Succession planning for family businesses
- Investment funds in the Seychelles
- Regulating businesses and company names in the Isle of Man
- Jersey trust law tinkering — some improvements
- Consumers should not have to pay to claim prizes
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